Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Save The Dates - WAPPA


Normally we are enjoined to save the whales, or Julian Assange, or the Burrup Peninsula. Occasionally all three together - an intriguing concept. In this case the AIPP WA Council wants you to do something altogether less political and more fun - they want you to come out to their WAPPA Exhibition at the Moore's Building in Fremantle and participate in the event.

Firstly, the submission deadline for the entries to the exhibition has been extended to last Monday. I do hope you have either gotten your prints to Fitzgerald Photo Labs two days ago or can set the transmogrifier on your temporal spatulator to go back and do it. Or just try your luck anyway.

Secondly, on the 21st at 2:00 PM there will be a Retrospective seminar - past winners talking about their prints and their views of the industry.

At 5:00 PM the exhibition officially opens when they officially draw the first cork and cut the first cheese. Please bring friends, family, and past clients to see the VIP event.

Thirdly, June 26 will see a series of floor talks from this year's category winners.

Fourthly, and in this case it will be on the Glorious Fourth ( 4th of July, kids...) there will be seminars from Brook Desmond, Tony Hewitt, Kelly Feil, and Russell Barton.

Later in the day there will be portfolio reviews and a business Question & Answer session - potentially the most helpful and valuable portion of all for new practitioners.

Please go to the AIPP website and see more detail - and book yourselves in for some of the events.

PS: Saving dates is easy - make sure they are dry and press them together on a plastic container. Seal it well and they'll keep for years.

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Save The Dates - WAPPA


Normally we are enjoined to save the whales, or Julian Assange, or the Burrup Peninsula. Occasionally all three together - an intriguing concept. In this case the AIPP WA Council wants you to do something altogether less political and more fun - they want you to come out to their WAPPA Exhibition at the Moore's Building in Fremantle and participate in the event.

Firstly, the submission deadline for the entries to the exhibition has been extended to last Monday. I do hope you have either gotten your prints to Fitzgerald Photo Labs two days ago or can set the transmogrifier on your temporal spatulator to go back and do it. Or just try your luck anyway.

Secondly, on the 21st at 2:00 PM there will be a Retrospective seminar - past winners talking about their prints and their views of the industry.

At 5:00 PM the exhibition officially opens when they officially draw the first cork and cut the first cheese. Please bring friends, family, and past clients to see the VIP event.

Thirdly, June 26 will see a series of floor talks from this year's category winners.

Fourthly, and in this case it will be on the Glorious Fourth ( 4th of July, kids...) there will be seminars from Brook Desmond, Tony Hewitt, Kelly Feil, and Russell Barton.

Later in the day there will be portfolio reviews and a business Question & Answer session - potentially the most helpful and valuable portion of all for new practitioners.

Please go to the AIPP website and see more detail - and book yourselves in for some of the events.

PS: Saving dates is easy - make sure they are dry and press them together on a plastic container. Seal it well and they'll keep for years.